The "average age" of the AFL players listed in the 'firsts' teams would be somewhere between 22 and 28 years of age.
The Smallest player in AFL (2010) is Brent Harvey (North Melbourne FootBall Club) The Tallest Player in AFL (2010) is Aaron Sandilands (Fremantle Football Club)
Average pay NRL player = 150,000 Acerage pay AFL player = 250,000
the best player in afl is Garry ablet or chriss judd
1989 - 1990 was the transition from VFL to AFL. The Collingwood football club won the first AFL premiership in 1990.
The best AFL player of all time is a under 16's Jacana player, number 35 Brandon Shore
A fremantle AFL player
He was an AFL player, he played for St Kilda in the under 19 reserves in 1987/1988
you need to know how to kick, tackle, mark, handball, shepherd, and lots of other things
Lance Franklin in 2009 was the last player to score 100 goals in an AFL season
I believe you van become pro at age 14 or 15
The youngest AFL team in 2014 is the Western Bulldogs who have an average age of 23.
28 For Aussie Rules - AFL players, it is believed to be between 22 and 28.
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A player can turn pro at any age.
The first known player of Aboriginal descent to play at AFL level was Fitzroy's Joe Johnson, who played 55 games, including premierships in 1904 and 1905. In AFL history, only 148 players known to be of Aboriginal descent have played AFL football, but in 2005, there are 52 players of Aboriginal descent on AFL lists.
The first AFL player to kick the supergoal was Colm Begley of Brisbane Lions.
i think 16
Chris Grant - during 1990 at 17 years of age, playing for Footscray Bulldogs
You have to Be good enough, take it serious, make an u/18 team and evantually (if your good enough), you will get noticed and drafted to a club.
To become an AFL player you must have a good physical size, superb agility, cardiovascular endurance, great running speed, passion for the sport, flexibility, strength, power, competitiveness, great kicking and passing ability, leadership, alertness to surrounding players, aggression, marking skillsand motivation to succeed.
The average AFL midfielder will cover 10-13 miles in a game.